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Prom Suit (Need Advice)

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by firefit, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl Well-Known Member

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    Chances are that im going to probably use that suit separate as a blazer and pair it with some grey wool trousers.
     
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    firefit Well-Known Member

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    Scratch that.
    Learning about suit jackets, blazers, sport jackets, material, tailoring, bespoke, brands...
    There is a lot I need to learn.
     
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    firefit Well-Known Member

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    Prom suit is in the process of getting tailored. Looks MUCH better when he pinned it. He also pinned the trouser length, I asked for hem, don't cuff them. It has the one break and lays directly on the shoe without any billowing. Perfect. The suit jacket shape is going to be definitely more flattering, while not being too tight (just hugging). The modern tailor shirt is coming in soon.
     

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